That’s his second world record in less than a month! Ninja HYPE!
Started from the bottom, and now he’s on the top, Ninja’s 7-year Twitch career has definitely reached new heights early today. In his most recent stream, the Fortnite Battle Royale star had the privilege to play with his idol, Drake, in duo matches, which enabled him to break and set new records for Twitch viewership.
Days after breaking the 3 million follower mark, Ninja sets a new world record when it comes to Peak Viewership as he manages to haul in 617, 767 viewers (according to Twitch statistics tracker SullyGnome.com), way beyond the previous record for a solo streamer held by Dr. DisRespect who had 383,000 peak viewers during his return stream.
Ninja started his Twitch career back in 2011 and has played various other shooting games like Halo, H1Z1, and even PUBG before moving to Fortnite Battle Royale. Aside from being a streamer, Ninja, who is known in real life as Tyler Belvins, also played professionally under teams Renegades, Cloud9, Team Liquid, and Warriors.
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